Credit Analyst Paris Responsibilities Monitoring a portfolio of public-finance issuer ratings, preparation of rating committee documentation and discussing credit analyses in rating committees Data analysis related to government-related entities, local governments sector and individual issuers Writing and publishing comprehensive rating reports on individual issuers Preparing and participating in management meetings with the rated entities Participation in credit rating committees for local governments and government-related entities in both your allocated region and other countries Publication of sector-specific research and insightful commentaries Responding to external queries from investors, bankers and other fixed income market participants and the media together with more senior analysts Complying at any time with rating policies and procedures and with regulations on credit rating agencies It is important that the candidate should be able to work independently in an international... environment while also being a good team player, being able to cope with time pressure and deadlines, and being happy to travel for short periods.
Qualifications And Experience Previous financial or credit analysis experience Strong analytical skills, with good attention to details and ability to synthesize Knowledge of the public sector; a good general understanding of French institutions would be a plus; Fluency in French and English (German language would be a plus) Degree educated, ideally within Finance or Public Sector / Economics Excellent writing and communication skills Ability to handle multiple assignments simultaneously Proficient knowledge of standard business software Application
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